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At Gencon, Sodapop miniatures was selling a limited edition hero to use in their upcomming board game "Super Dungeon Explore."
Well, I got a request from wittdooley to post up my version of her on Bols, and I decided that while I'm at it I should post here here too.
On a side note- I posted her up on CMON to see what would happen, and it looks like this style isn't terribly well received over there.
The game itself should be shipping out next week or so.
I had a look at their range,while not appealing as a setting none can deny the details in their sculpts.Anyway odin your painting is always top notch.
Praise be to the Emperor!!
Yeah, I don't think they're even going for much of a setting for the Super Dungeon line. Everything about it seems to be an homage to old dungeon crawler videogames.
Their Relic Knight stuff looks like it will be pretty awesome, though. I went to quite a few demos at Gencon, and the Relic Knight miniatures game shows the most promise. It is unique in so many ways, and really looks outstanding (a lot of demos tend to show me things I've already seen in a minis game at some point).
As far as RK setting goes, I'm really not sure how cool it will be. So far, it looks very anime, but I don't know if we've gotten much more than that.
Nobody can deny the perspective of an anime tabletop game though,especially with miniatures.
Praise be to the Emperor!!
Im actually quite interested in Super Dungeon Explore, it reminds me of Final Fantasy Tactics, and actually looks like alot of fun to have with a few friends. Do you know when the game will be released?
As usual your painting skill is superb. Nice job, ill be looking forward to seeing more from you.
Super Dungeon is due to be shipping its pre-orders tomorrow (Sept. 15). We're expecting it to show up in stores shortly after that.
The game has this cool videogame bent to all of their style- which works rather well. From the demo, it was also clear to me that the game's designers had played older dungeon crawler games (like Space Crusade, Heroquest, or Mutant Chronicle's Seige of the Citadel). They seemed to know what worked about those games, and what could stand to be improved.
Also, every one of those games took itself way too seriously. Sodapop seems to be rebelling against Grimdarkness pretty strongly.
At Gencon, we got to see some minis from an upcoming expansion (not yet announced). The new monsters were Mario-esq. turtles- and when they go into their shell, you could kick them around.
Altogether, I'm really looking forward to this one.